The lowest exhibits-only registration and seminar pricing will be available through the Tilt-Up Concrete Association as a cosponsor of World of Concrete 2024.
January 22-25, 2024Exhibits: January 23-25
Education: January 22-25
Las Vegas Convention Center
3150 Paradise Rd
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109-9096
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As an official cosponsor of World of Concrete 2024, the TCA will be offering the lowest published prices on registration and seminars, guaranteed.Education Pricing Coming This Fall!
Super Pass 1 & 2:
Super Pass 3:
Register by 12/12/23 to secure these prices.
Registration Pricing Coming This Fall!
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We hope you’ve missed us as much as we’ve missed you, and we can’t wait to welcome you back to fabulous Las Vegas. Las Vegas is open and ready to welcome you back, without restrictions involving capacity limits and large gatherings.
In an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in Las Vegas, the State of Nevada has mandated that everyone, including fully vaccinated individuals, wear a mask in public indoor settings, including resorts and casinos, restaurants, bars, showrooms and meeting spaces. The directive aligns with the latest Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance related to mask requirements.
As of Aug. 16, all large indoor events with 4,000 or more attendees are able to show proof of vaccination as an exception to the indoor mask requirement. Individual event organizers are able to choose between requiring masks indoors for all attendees or ensuring that all attendees are vaccinated (in which case they can remove their masks). Event operators may admit attendees who are only partially vaccinated, however attendees who are only partially vaccinated MUST continue to wear a mask during the event. This is not a requirement to show proof of vaccination to attend a large event, it is an optional exception should vendors choose.
Those planning to visit Las Vegas should regularly check this page as well as Nevada Health Response for updates on state and county requirement changes. Visitors should check directly with resorts, attractions and other experiences for full details around operations. Please contact your event producer with any questions about your specific event.
The Las Vegas Convention Center is one of the busiest facilities in the world - a 4.6 million-square-foot facility located within a short distance of approximately 150,000 guest rooms. Operated by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA), the center is well known among industry professionals for its versatility. In addition to approximately 2.5 million square feet of exhibit space, 225 meeting rooms (more than 390,000 square feet) handle seating capacities ranging from 20 to 2,500. Two grand lobby and registration areas, one located in the West Hall, and the other in Central Hall (more than 260,000 square feet) efficiently link existing exhibit halls with new exhibit and meeting rooms, and allow simultaneous set-up, break-down and exhibiting of multiple events.
The LVCC was awarded the Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) STAR facility accreditation by ISSA, the world’s leading trade association for the cleaning industry. Considered the gold standard for safe facilities, the GBAC program was designed to control the risks associated with infectious agents, including the virus responsible for COVID-19. The LVCC was the first facility in Nevada to receive the accreditation.
Visiting the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) and getting around the campus will soon be easier than ever. A visionary success for the LVCC is the partnership with Elon Musk’s innovative underground transportation system that will include three passenger stations connecting the existing LVCC space with the new West Hall. Trade show attendees will be transported throughout the 200-acre campus via all-electric Tesla vehicles in approximately 90 seconds, which would normally take at least 15 minutes to walk. Tunneling began November 2019 and is expected to be complete in January 2021.